There is nothing mediocre about a life of peace, enough resources for you and what you need etc, just the basics. Maybe it’s not us, maybe it’s the system that teaches us to compete for something that isn’t even real. Turning away from that is the best thing anyone can do for us
What’s your Big Wish Farm ?
What if all I want is a small, slow, simple life? What if I am most happy in the space of in between? Where calm lives. What if I am mediocre and choose to be at peace with that? I live in an upper middle class neighborhood where I don’t fit in.I drive an old car,but it doesn’t bother me.Most of my furniture is second-hand,but that’s okay with me.My wardrobe is mostly from thrift shops,but I’m not ashamed to admit it.Instead of an expansive green lawn,I have planted trees and am growing vegetables.Some might see me a failure,but I am happy with my modest life. The most difficult thing is raising children who are swamped in this culture. They’re taught that money and nice cars and expensive holidays and big houses are a measure of success, and it’s a constant battle to pull them in the other direction. Strugglin’ along, one day at a time. Big Wish Farm Shirt for who love simple life. I feel blessed not to be caught up in the now. I feel connected with nature and my own natural purpose when I’m working outside. I come from Farmers on both sides anyhow , must be where I belong. There is no “mediocre” when ou select the life you want. We all have different standards and goals. Who’s to say one is better than the other? If we are happy with simple rather than chasing what society has set as “should” then I would say fulfillment makes you richer than a CEO or lawyer ect who doesn’t have something that fills their soul.
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